Advertising on NMPolitics.net is affordable, and the site reaches people who are paying attention to what’s happening – which means they’re interested in what you have to say.
In February 2012, the site had almost 22,000 unique visitors and more than 122,000 page views. A reader survey conducted in 2010 by NMPolitics.net indicated that readers come from all over New Mexico, with the greatest concentrations being from the Las Cruces area (35 percent) and the Albuquerque/Rio Rancho area (31 percent). The next largest concentrations came from Southeastern New Mexico (9 percent) and the Santa Fe area (8 percent).
Of the 279 people who filled out the survey, virtually all said they’re politically active. And like New Mexico voters, NMPolitics.net readers come from across the political spectrum. NMPolitics.net readers come from all age and income groups, work across a variety of industries, spend money online and frequently eat out at restaurants. And, most important, they visit NMPolitics.net often.
Doña Ana County has been advertising on the site for years. The county’s director of public information and special projects, Jess Williams, says the county’s advertisement on NMPolitics.net “is both extremely affordable and undeniably effective. In terms of bang for the buck, this is hands-down the best value I’ve identified for reaching a growing audience of involved citizens.”
Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima says he advertises because he knows that “thousands of people turn to NMPolitics.net for the latest in political breaking news from all of New Mexico. Therefore when I can get this type of audience it only makes sense to advertise with New Mexico’s premier political blog.”
State Rep. Joseph Cervantes says he advertises because NMPolitcs.net “has become the best source of local government and political news in Southern New Mexico, and reliably one of the top sources for statewide news. NMPolitics retains a commitment to journalism that is still important to those who want to have an informed and meaningful role in our government.”
Advertising is available for as little as $100 for four weeks. Click on the links below to learn more. To purchase advertising or ask questions, please contact Heath Haussamen at firstname.lastname@example.org or (575) 644-5129.